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Session cost: $110

Insurances accepted:​ Aetna,

BlueCross and BlueShield, Optum, UnitedHealthcare , and WebTPA/LSU First

Racheal Hebert, LCSW-BACS

I'm Racheal Hebert (ay-bear) and I am passionate about radical change. My career journey has allowed me to gain a wealth of knowledge and experience in how to transform myself and those around me to fulfill a greater purpose in life. 

In 2012, I founded Sexual Trauma Awareness and Response (STAR), a non-profit organization that provides support to survivors of sexual trauma, improves systems response, and creates social change to end sexual violence. What started as a small, two-person operation, grew into a thriving organization that now operates with over 45 full and part-time staff with offices in Alexandria, Baton Rouge, and New Orleans. 

Upon receiving my clinical social worker license in 2016, I began providing individual, couple, and group therapy. In 2021, I launched Radical Changes LLC to fulfill my vision of inspiring meaningful change in others.

I want to use my knowledge and experience to help others transform their ideas and passions into radical change. Individuals often have the drive to live healthy, meaningful lives, but they don't know where to start. 

That's where I come in. 

We can work together to create radical changes in your life. Whether it’s developing more self-compassion and coping skills or navigating past traumas to clear a brighter path forward, I am confident that you can benefit from my method. 

Education and License
Honors and Distinctions

Bachelor of Arts, Women's & Gender Studies and Sociology

Louisiana State University, 2007​

Master of Social Work

Louisiana State University, 2013​

Board Approved Clinical Social Worker 

State of Louisiana License #12281

Most Influential Women in Business Award

Baton Rouge Business Report, 2020

BR Original Young Professional of the Year Award

Forum 35, 2019

40 Under Forty Award

Baton Rouge Business Report, 2015


Esprit de Femme Award

LSU Women's Center, 2015


James Midgley Leadership Award

LSU School of Social Work, 2013


Outstanding Feminist Activist Award

LSU Women’s & Gender Studies Department, 2007

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